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Old 19-12-2015, 05:48   #1
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Configuring Maxsea to Furuno TZ Touch 2

I am reviewing the pros and cons of mounting a new Furuno TZTouch2 in the cockpit to be connected with a PC in the pilothouse, that would be running MaxSea.

I can only find info on configuring the old NavNet Furuno system.

My wish is to do all the route planning on the PC, inside in comfort and have the TZTL15F in the cockpit where the watch keeping is.

Anyone have the system already who can advise of the limitations.

Can the Furuno and PC screen be set up to mirror each other? ( change one and the other changes automatically)

Can they work independently if underway and I wish to do route planning inside on PC?

Thanks for any advice
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